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Room Palette Skyrium

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Price: $68.00
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Item Number: BPS-RPSK
Publisher: Banpresto
Jan/UPC Code: 4983164524307
Update: June 6, 2008
«©NCSX» In order to view the Aurora Borealis light show, one has to trek all the way to the Great White North and endure freezing temperatures. You'll also need to wear a fur-lined parka and woolen mittens to stave off the cold. The kind of cold that makes your teeth chatter together like wooden nickels clattering on a granite countertop... It doesn't have to be like that.

Behold the Room Palette Skyrium which uses 9 colored LEDs to create majestic light shows on the ceiling of your living room. By diffusing the light through a specially designed visor, the animated patterns that emerge from the Skyrium are somewhat eerie, sort of hazy, and undeniably mesmerizing. In addition to the Aurora Borealis setting, three other light modes are available including one called "Dream" which is purplish and hypnotically relaxing. There's also the "Deep Blue Mode" that turns your ceiling into an ocean. Skyrium includes a timer feature for automatic shut-off and the projector may be adjusted at angles ranging from 0 to 90°.

Inside the Box
» Room Palette Skyrium
» AC Adapter (100V)
» Operating Manual (in Japanese)

The AC adapter is usable in North America and a stepdown transformer is not required. The Skyrium may also be operated with four "AA" batteries.

View larger photos for this item on the main NCSX website.

This document is ©NCSX 2008. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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Larry Troxler (USA) 1/8/2009 10:17 PM
Not quite so great for the price; the visuals are not more exciting then a lava lamp, And the unit I received has problems with the motor that moves the two plastic lenses against eachother that create the patterns. Most often it hiccups somewhere in the cycle, and once or twice it stopped completely and I had to give the thing a gentle nudge to get it moving again. Also, contrary to photos, I am unable to get the projector to rest in anything other than a completely horizontal or completely vertical position - so I can not angle it toward the top of a wall for example. I think itś worth $50 US at the most.
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